Great Question. Is that true?
Great job again! The points include: See me in the mirror…. If by any chance you are interested in remodeling your brick walls by adding a new color to it, surely limewashing is an option to consider. Thank you! Do I need to clean the bricks first? Thank you, thank you, thank you. Pin 3K. Janelle, This is a pretty complex repair and if done wrong you can devalue your home.
The before and after is amazing,love the look. Real whitewash made with lime and salt works because it is nothing more than a thin coating of hard rock. Do you have a recommended pigment color to achieve a light gray? I don't know if you would benefit from a 2nd box stating that so you would know your not loosing prospects that don't use your sign up box.
You can still see the brick underneath, but it fits in with your style better and brightens up the room. Yes, you can whitewash floors.
I really did. My only question is: Yes, Portland cement comes in a pure white color.
Hi Tim! Some walls have had old plaster attached - nightmare to remove - can I remove anything loose then apply whitewash over everything that is left?
Instead, it allows moisture to evaporate outside the brick. The whole room is great…beautiful!
This is a typical can of paint. How thick will you apply it? Lime wash was the way to go for this brick.